February 8, 2007
Send Yourself In a Personalized Video Greeting Card From Www.VIDICards.Com
NEW YORK, Feb. 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- VIDITalk Corporation, a leading provider of video publishing solutions, today announced the launch of http://www.vidicards.com/, a consumer-friendly website created for sending free video greeting cards. VIDICards are the perfect idea for that special someone as they deliver a personal touch. Ideal for a Valentine, VIDICards make memorable video greeting cards throughout the year.
VIDICards.com enables users to easily create video messages (VIDIs) on their computer and insert them into electronic greeting cards. There are a large number of cards to choose from and users can also personalize them with text. The cards are instantly delivered around the world through streaming technology via the Internet -- without downloads or attachments."We are thrilled to launch this new website which allows consumers the chance to experience our state-of-the-art streaming video capabilities free- of-charge," stated Fred Mueller, CEO of VIDITalk. "Video email has proved to be very effective in keeping families connected while overcoming geographic boundaries. Through VIDICards.com, they can literally send themselves to loved ones anywhere around the globe."
VIDICards are both free and easy to create from any computer. Messages can be created using a webcam, or videos can be uploaded from a digital camera, cell phone or a video already stored on the computer. In lieu of video, a digital photo may also be inserted.
In December 2006, VIDITalk technology was deployed by the US Army on its Army Knowledge Online intranet portal (AKO). The AKO is the world's largest intranet, with more than 1.8 million users worldwide. VIDITalk enables military personnel and their families to easily create and exchange personal VIDIs using the VIDITalk interface and a web camera.
About VIDITalk Corporation:
Headquartered in New York City, the VIDITalk Corporation provides video publishing solutions for enterprise, government and consumer markets. Its flagship software product, VIDITalk, empowers users to create video messages from their desktop and instantaneously deliver them around the world through streaming technology to computers and mobile devices. VIDITalk can be integrated directly into corporate intranets and web portals, and branded for VARs, Telcos and ISPs to enable their customers to create and distribute user generated content. VIDITalk has been chosen by industry leading companies and government clients, including the US Army and National Guard.
CONTACT: Layton Meng of Qorvis Communications, +1-703-744-7823,[email protected], for VIDITalk Corporation
Web site: http://www.vidicards.com/